Newnes Electrical Power Engineer's HandbookEdited by
- D.F. Warne
The second edition of this popular engineering reference book, previously titles Newnes Electrical Engineerâs Handbook, provides a basic understanding of the underlying theory and operation of the major classes of electrical equipment.With coverage including the key principles of electrical engineering and the design and operation of electrical equipment, the book uses clear descriptions and logical presentation of data to explain electrical power and its applications. Each chapter is written by leading professionals and academics, and many sections conclude with a summary of key standards. The new edition is updated in line with recent advances in EMC, power quality and the structure and operation of power systems, making Newnes Electrical Power Engineerâs Handbook an invaluable guide for todayâs electrical power engineer.
Hardbound, 480 Pages
Published: June 2005
"The book uses clear descriptions and logical presentation of data to explain electrical power and its applications." EPN, October 2005 "This second edition of this popular reference book provides a very good overview of the underlying theory and operation of electrical power components and power systems...This book provides surprisingly good technical descriptions of the basic operating principles of electrical power equipment and would be useful to electrical engineers that need to familiarize themselves with certain areas. Other engineers or managers who specify, utilize, or design these components, also would benefit from reading this book." - IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, 2006
- Acknowledgements1. Introduction2. Principles of electrical engineering3. Materials for electrical engineering4. Measurements and instrumentation5. Generators6. Transformers7. Switchgear8. Fuses and protection relays9. Wires and Cables10. Motors, motor control and drives11. Power electronic circuits and devices12. Batteries and fuel cells13. The power system14. Power quality and electromagnetic compatibility15. Electricity and potentially explosive atmospheres16. Principles of electrical safetyIndex